Manualstacker

Manual stackers are ideal for low-volume-stacking and load-transporting applications. The “Fork Over” design works with any type of open-bottom pallet or skid, and the “Straddle” style accommodates any pallet or skid, even those with closed bottoms. Units feature a pallet-truck-style handle for easy steering.

01/01/1970


Manual stackers are ideal for low-volume-stacking and load-transporting applications. The “Fork Over” design works with any type of open-bottom pallet or skid, and the “Straddle” style accommodates any pallet or skid, even those with closed bottoms. Units feature a pallet-truck-style handle for easy steering. Forks are raised by “pumping” the handle. Lift controls are conveniently located at the operator’s fingertips. Capacity is 1,000 lb. with lifting heights to 66 inches. Phenolic casters roll easily on smooth or uneven surfaces, and a caster lock provides safety for unattended loads. Fork carriages feature a load backrest, and the high-visibility mast is shrouded with a view-through mesh safety screen.

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